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in our backyard or in the field behind us. >> reporter: just before noon police caught one of the suspects. >> we did locate one subject hiding in an out building in an area where he was described to have fled. >> reporter: a rash of recent home invasions has neighbors here on edge. >> i think it is very scary especially when we have all these kids running around and playing and riding bikes. >> reporter: laura owns a daycare. >> came outside to see what was going on. and discovered all of this. >> did you send the kids home? >> no, but i have them locked up in my house and we keep coming out periodically to see what is going on. >> reporter: we are going to show you this surveillance video again. the neighbor didn't want to go on camera for obvious reasons because police are certainly looking at his videotape to try to catch these suspects. at this point right now two of the suspects are in custody. one of them is still at large. if you look at the videotape you can actually see the police car going down leeward street and then ramming into the jeep cherokee. the suspects
as len ramirez shows us, not everyone was satisfied with what they heard. >> mts b investigators zeroed in on the ringsy decision in 2006 not to install shut had been off valves on the sanbruno pipeline which blew up and destroyed 38 homes. >> it took 90 minutes for crews to get to those valves and shut them down. what is about the approximate time it would take to close and have a remote valve close and isolate that line? >> well, actually our crews getting to the site. >> on the hot seat was lee senior gas engineers in the risk management department. the man who wrote the memo arguing modern valves in this case would not provide additional safety or prevent property damage. but investigators seemed frustrated by his struggle to answer key questions. >> let me put it this way, would it take 60 minutes to 90 minutes for remote valves to close? >> no. >> would it take 30 minutes for remote valves to close? >> no. >> would it take 15 minutes for that remote valve to close? >> yes. we could shut off the valve sooner. >> watching it all at home in sanbruno were neighbors still living
and used a master key to get into an apartment to make a drug bust. in their report the officer said they asked for permission first. case number 2, officers in the same hotel. for some reason an officer covers up the surveillance camera. why? case number 3. officers in the mission neighborhood again make a drug bust. in their official report they say they had their badges clearly displayed before they went in. >> you think this ends with just three videos? >> i suspect there will be more to this. >> reporter: the plains clothes unit these officers belong to have been shut down. >> i'm going to look at supervision, the plain clothes operation, the training, everything. we will audit the entire plains clothes operation. >> reporter: he also complained that the public defender went to the media with the tapes rather than to him. >> it makes it very difficult to be transparent. it makes it very difficult for us to conduct the investigation if i have to watch the t.v. to find out what is happening with my police department. >> i'll be happy to provide that to him. >> do you have any now?
? and is it good or bad? ". although he never saw bonds get injected he was sure the homerun champion was using steroids. he said bonds complained about the pain. "the steroids, the shots were making his butt store." >>> at least a couple of times he says he saw fitness trainer and bonds disappear into his room and he says he later saw the trainer with a syringe. he secretly recorded anderson. in the extremely gashed audio played to the jurors he asked about how steroids tend to cause infections. [ inaudible ] record anderson, remember, was convicted for distributing steroids to pro these. the recording continues with anderson talking about types of steroids he injected. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: bonds attorney allan ruby grilled him on the stand questioning about his motives about the secret recording. he fired hoskins after having found out he forged his signature on memorabilia. he wanted bonds to stop taking the steroids. in fact, he was going to play the recording for bobbed' father but he never did. ruby asked him about some timing issues. hoskins bought that little tape- recorder in 200
by it. >> reporter: the porch that used to lead to walker's backyard now justice out over empty space. and walker believes that any moment the home his family has lived in for seven years will tumble down the hill. >> this is just the flash point of what's wrong with this hill. the entire hillside is compromised. >> reporter: walker's wife says these before and after pictures prove it, that there were two other mudslides below their home in 1975 and again in '83. and that the city did a poor patch-up job to try to fix it. >> it's the same situation now. oh, my god. >> all they did is just put a bandaid on it pretty much. they didn't fix the problem. >> no, i would have never bought this place if it was dissclosed to me that that house right there slid down the hill. i would have took a pass on that. >> reporter: the city of san pablo is busy clearing trees that fell during the slide and working on getting disaster funds for residents. but they are not saying whether the disaster was due to shoddy work after the first slide. >> on in fronts looking at documents and, you know, any discl
officers accused of breaking the rules. phil shows us the investigation into these officers is far from over. phil? >> reporter: that's right, dana, the investigation is far from over and so is the concern that even more cases will be dismissed before this is wrapped up. the bombshell was dropped today in room 22, courtroom 22 by the district attorney. here is the so are are you. >> we believe that when anybody in the system allows people to be incarcerated while they are holding information that may provide sufficient evidence to release that person at the time, that we are being less than ethical and that we are not following our legal obligations. >> reporter: that was san francisco district attorney george gascone announcing that another 42 theft, robbery and drug cases were being tossed as a result of police misconduct being caught on video. >> the district attorney is making the right call. there is no way that a case can be proven in case when you have these kinds of questions about the officers' credibility. >> reporter: it start we had a surveillance camera that caught a team o
is the one that rescued this high school student. he tells us the student came within feet of him. so this surfer is actually lucky to be alive. we just spoke with him. here is what he had to say. >> one of the first things i asked him was what prompted you to do this and he said he did it for kicks. so what have things become to get approval now a days for a 16 year old in high school to be liked, to be loved by their classmates. they have to jump off the bridge? >> reporter: we just learned this high school student actually just started attending windsor high school. he was an honor role student at another school and we are told he made it a hobby to jump off bridges. >> the kids are him had to be terrified. i know we are reporting they were cheering him on, but still, they didn't know if he was going to make it when he hit the water? >> absolutely. in fact, one of our reporters, joe vazquez talked to the superintendent at windsor high school and some of the students were telling him don't jump. there are mixed reactions whether they were cheering him on or saying don't do it. all
for it and can't find it. other stores are calling us to see if we have it. we are completely out. >> reporter: potassium iodine helps protect the thyroid gland from a certain type of exposure. even though they say the risk in the united states is low. >> there is no need for concern. >> reporter: the run is on. >> people have been coming in all day and calling. i don't think in the time i have worked here that this is sought after. >> reporter: the demand has shot up on the internet. usually the pills cost about $1. the current price has skyrocketed to about $10 each. >> it shows we have no control over anything really. >> it is not just the pills that have run out. this herb has iodine in it. all gone. if you are really desperate there are alternatives that are still available, including this powdered kelp or dried kelp. >> just as my wife and i have a modest store of dried foods and water and, you know, know where our medicines are, i also that i that under present circumstances it is a good idea to be able to have some potassium iodine on hand. >> it is worth repeating experts from the fed
houses that used to be there. >> as a member of the homeowner's association she could face a lawsuit. the association owns the sliding hillside. >> most homers paying for monthly homeowner's fees that's a landscaping kind of payment. not, you know, trying to holdback the hillside kind of a payment. >> she and other homeowners will be at america less city council this evening as the city prepares a resolution to declare an emergency that may open the funding for an emergency. >> i don't think it is fair for the homeowners to take on the benefit of a landslide. that was never anything that the sales people talked about. >> they expect to have perhaps some public comment on it. there is a question if they can do anything even if they have an emergency declaration. >> don nap, thank you for that. the slide problems don't end in hercules. there is also trouble just west of morgan hill tonight. and len ramirez gives us a closer look there. >> reporter: even the big machines of the county road crew look small in comparison to the massive slides blocking the hill. the road into the canyon he
that is already melting down used plutonium. the white house is warning u.s. citizens to stay at least 50 miles away from that site, far more than the 20 miles japan is recommending. and millions have minimal food and water and are living in snowy and rainy conditions. more than 4300 are confirmed dead but officials believe that number will jump above 10,000. >>> another day of talk about a nuclear meltdown has touched off debate about radiation levels. now, most health experts agree that we have little to fear. simon perez has more on how people are exposed to radiation in their life every day. simon. >> reporter: dana, a lot of people are concerned about what is happening in japan and whether it could actually cross the pacific ocean and get here to california and the united states. but the fact of the matter is radiation is already here as you said exposed to it every day as you say. >> there is no way to avoid it. it is very small amounts. >> reporter: this radiation biologist says exposure comes from a variety of sources. >> flying in an airplane. increased radiation because of the altitud
per table. asked us to put our hands on the table. they had a search warrant for the place. then table per table they start searching people. then after that finished they took us one by one into rooms and ran our i. ds and let us go. >> reporter: for most of the morning agents went in and out of the casino. fbi, irs, emeryville pd, oakland pd. same scene at the artichoke joe's casino in san bruno where you can add the san bruno pd into the mix. the state department of justice says the operation was called kung fu panda. agents on the scene did not want to say what was going on. >> this is a casino so the assumption is there is some illegal gambling going on here. is that right? >> unfortunately i can't go into details of the investigation. >> everybody came out with hands on their guns and just looking around and we were like, whoa. and then there were probably 70 to 80 agents in there. so it was quite scary. >> reporter: the agents apparently tried to calm the people who were gambling when the raid went down. >> it is okay. it is about the casino. we are searching the casino but not
place for lake merritt's dog park. >> it is a high use area. it is also a very dense area with lots of people and dogs and a place that is needed for those folks to be able to walk conveniently to exercise their dogs. >> reporter: sounds practical enough but neighbors worry when all sides come together for a public meeting wednesday the fur will fly. >> we are neighbors. we can talk to each other. you know. i think if people met face-to- face i think it would be a little more civil. >> reporter: that public meeting will happen at 7:00 p.m. at lakeshore baptist church tomorrow evening. about 100 people expected there. ultimately the decision, dana, will be up to parks & rec to decide whether the park will go in here. city council is expecting and hoping to break ground in about a year's time. >> kristin, you showed us the plans for the park. and i'm wondering, this is going to be a fenced in area, right, where the dogs are? >> reporter: it will be a fenced in area. a fence about 4 feet high. we did hear opposition to that because it is only 4 feet some people worry the dogs could j
the safety of these demonstrators. the protest leaders on the ground tell us they are also worried for their colleagues' safety so they are urging the police not to go on the offensive. remember, last summer an independent report came back about a similar takeover of wheeler hall. that's two years ago now. in fact, they accuse the police, this independent group that did the report, they accused the police are exacerbating the problem. of actually making things worse. you have to wonder now, allen, if they declare this an unlawful protest and are now ordering the crowd to disperse. will they go on the offensive and if so could it cause problems for those kids on the ledge? >> joe vazquez, we will leave you there and will be getting back to you within the hour in this newscast for the latest update. thank you so much. >>> keeping the state's $26 billion budget mess in mind, quick question. how much should we be spending on a single computer system and should employees that make six figures be getting ipads. grace lee with numbers that are truly out of this world. >> reporter: did you
died, including showing autopsy photos of his bullets riddled body. she recounted how the shotgun used to kill bailey was found at the bakery headed by bay. according to bay's attorneys that's all well and good. they admit the people at the bakery did some bad things. but as far as evidence that connects bay to bailey, it comes down to bressard. >> well, they are attempting to make it corroborative. it is very weak i think. >> bressard has cut a deal with prosecutors. a 25 year prison sentence in exchange for testing against bay. >> if chauncy were still here he would be one of your reporters sitting here trying to recover this also. i think it's very important to get this out to show that we need to stop killing. >> reporter: antoine macky is also on trial for chauncy bailey's murder. bressard is expected so testify that macky drove the getaway car. the trial is expected to continue for three months. >> three months. that's what i was going to ask. simon perez, thanks. >>> if you are a struggling homeowner turning to the bank for help may not be the first option on your list. but toda
the first american company up for deployment to japan if the u.s. government decides to send personnel. they are going to ask if the japanese firefighters can accompany them on a military aircraft should they be deployed. >> well, up and down the california coast people were watching the clock and waiting this morning. and while it was a little behind schedule it happened. slowly. so we are going to show you the tsunami as it hit california minute by minute. >> i'm simon perez live in menlo park. the power of an asteroid hitting the earth comparing this earthquake. >> it is a sobering reminder these threats are very real. do you know where you stand when it comes to rising waters? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, timetable for this morning. 8:08 was the scheduled arrival time for the tsunami >>> watching the calamity in japan we knew the timetable. 8:08 a.m. it was a pretty precise forecast on this something. >> i think the system worked with this one. of course, yes, just about 20 hours ago we were looking at that tsunami actually beginning to start out of japan and you could see it making its way acro
million in structural damage. >>> the direction of the surge was pretty much had us in its, you know, sights. >> reporter: that plus the funnel shape of the harbor magnified the damage. >> as the waves migrated under the murray street bridge it became more of a standing wave. and that's where you seem some of the video that looks like actual surf taking out the docks and boats in the north harbor. once it reaps the end of the north harbor there is nowhere for that energy to go besides bouncing back. >> reporter: state emergency management officials toured the harbor by boat this morning. santa cruz and three other counties are already state disaster areas. state officials hope to make the case for getting federal disaster relief funds which could help the victims recover. >> the first step is to get it safe. the next step is to get it cleaned up. the next step after that is to get it restored. >> reporter: and it is a very long and difficult process. harbor officials here in santa cruz say they probably won't have the harbor open until probably the weekend. it could take longer. this
their money. >> horrible public policy. it is that is catered to this industry to make it hard for us to operate on. >> reporter: the new tax was authorized by measure u which was approved by san jose voters last november. the current sales tax for all businesses is nine and a quarter percent. but cannabis clubs will be taxed an additional 7% on the gross receipts for a total tax of 15 .25%. >> that rate would definitely have to be something that was pushed on to the members. >> that could be some substantial revenue. >> reporter: san jose councilman suggested the city consider the tax and says it could help with the projected $110 million deficit. >> this was fiscal regular lallation of medical cannabis collectives, one by requiring financial audits. two by implying or implementing a 7% grows receipts tax. that revenue then would be used to pay for the city services. >> david gearhart is a user of medical marijuana and he says the new tax could push some business away from legitimate providers. >> it makes the people who aren't selling the medicine legally better providers. at least
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